Saturday, November 16, 2002
Mogilny burst extends Sabres streak
By The Associated Press
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Alexander Mogilny scored goals 2:13 apart as Toronto extended Buffalo's winless streak to 10 games.
Mikael Renberg also scored, and Ed Belfour stopped 35 shots for the Maple Leafs, who scored three second-period goals in less than 3 minutes to overcame a 1-0 deficit.
Toronto won back-to-back games for the first time this season while also ending a seven-game winless streak (0-5-2) at Buffalo - dating to Feb. 17, 1999.
Stu Barnes and Tim Connolly scored for the reeling Sabres. The 10-game winless skid (0-8-2) matched the second longest in franchise history, and is two short of the record set in the 1991-92 season.
Hurricanes 1, Flyers 1 RALEIGH, N.C. - Jesse Boulerice scored his first NHL goal and point against his former team as the Carolina Hurricanes tied the Philadelphia Flyers 1-1 Friday night.
The Flyers snapped Carolina's three-game winning streak. Still, the Hurricanes improved to 4-0-2-1 seven games into their nine-game homestand and have points in 11 of 12 games.
The overtime loss at the RBC Center was 2-1 to the Flyers 10 days ago. Since then, Philadelphia is 0-2-2.
Jeremy Roenick scored on Philadelphia's first shot just 2:18 in on a 3-on-2 break.
Coyotes 5, Thrashers 1 ATLANTA - Tony Amonte had a goal and an assist as Phoenix used a pair of quick strikes to end a three-game losing streak.
Amonte and Mike Johnson scored 50 seconds apart early in the second, and Landon Wilson and Daniel Briere added goals in a 32-second span late in the period to end Atlanta's three-game winning streak.
It was the highest scoring game this season for Phoenix, which scored four goals only once. Claude Lemieux added a shorthanded goal for the Coyotes.
Lightning 4, Sharks 2 TAMPA, Fla. - Dave Andreychuk set an NHL record by scoring his 250th career power-play goal as Tampa Bay beat San Jose.
Andreychuk was tied for the record with Phil Esposito, a radio broadcaster for the Lightning.
Ruslan Fedotenko scored at 11:14 of the third period and Martin St. Louis added a goal at 18:07 for the Southeast Division-leading Lightning, 7-0-0-1 on home ice.
Patrick Marleau had two goals for San Jose, which has a five-game winless streak (0-3-1-1). He tied it at 1 at 10:47 of the first and got the Sharks even again at 2-all with a third-period power-play goal at 7:03.
Sharks defenseman Brad Stuart made his first appearance of the season.
Red Wings 2, Mighty Ducks 1 DETROIT - Sergei Fedorov's scored his NHL-record 12th overtime goal at 4:39 of the extra session to lift Detroit over Anaheim.
The goal, Fedorov's 11th of the season, was also his league-leading, sixth game-winning goal this season.
Brett Hull tied it 1-1 for Detroit 5:32 into the third period.
Petr Sykora put Anaheim up 1-0 with 9:53 left in the second period.
Stars 4, Avalanche 2 DALLAS - Mike Modano earned his 1,000th career point, and Niko Kapanen scored a shorthanded goal with 3:29 left, carrying Dallas past Colorado.
Colorado goalie Patrick Roy became the NHL career leader in minutes played, but he couldn't prevent the Avalanche from losing in regulation on the road for the first time this season. Roy broke the mark held by Terry Sawchuk.
The Western Conference-leading Stars won for the fifth time in seven games and improved to 6-0-0-1 at American Airlines Center.
Bill Guerin and Pierre Turgeon scored power-play goals, and the Stars killed six of seven penalties. Goalie Marty Turco rebounded from a rocky start to make 19 saves.
Capitals 2, Blackhawks 2 CHICAGO - Chris Simon's power-play goal with 1:26 left in the third period lifted Chicago into a tie with Washington.
Phil Housley also scored for the Blackhawks, who outshot the Capitals 38-16. Jocelyn Thibault made 14 saves as the Blackhawks extended their unbeaten streak to five games (3-0-2).
Jaromir Jagr had a goal and an assist, and Kolzig made 36 saves for Washington. Robert Lang also scored for the Capitals.
Olaf Kolzig stopped Steve Sullivan's penalty shot in the last minute of the first period.
Devils 5, Canadiens 1 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Jamie Langenbrunner scored two goals for the second straight game to lead New Jersey over Montreal.
Brian Gionta, Sergei Brylin and Patrik Elias also scored for the Devils, and Martin Brodeur made 20 saves to improve his record to 10-4.
Saku Koivu had the lone goal for Montreal. Jeff Hackett (4-1-2), pelted with 44 Devils shots, suffered his first loss of the season.
Langenbrunner scored on the power play and while New Jersey was shorthanded in the first period to give the Devils a 2-1 lead.
Oilers 5, Blues 0 EDMONTON, Alberta - Anson Carter and Marty Reasoner each scored twice and Tommy Salo made 29 saves for his first shutout of the season as Edmonton beat St. Louis.
Mike Comrie had a goal and two assists, and Ryan Smyth added three assists for the Oilers, who played their first game at home after a 3-3 road trip.
The three assists tied Smyth's career high, and Comrie earned his 50th career goal and 100th career point. The shutout was the 31st of Salo's career.
Fred Brathwaite made 20 saves for the Blues, 1-3 after a nine-game winning streak.
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